vinlo t1_je1zmrn wrote

I've had OSA since probably 13. I'm 33. I just had a surgery to correct my deviated septum, and that plus a dental sleep appliance ensures that I can breathe at night, but I still feel I have a much lower "energy limit" than I otherwise should have (i.e. even good sleep only recharges my batteries to 80% at best.)

I wonder if that's the result of permanent brain damage from 20 years of sleep apnea